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grow into a nest egg? Intellectually, we get it — but instant gratification is a
You don't have to be one of those self-defeating rubes. Start buying LED
You've probably seen LED torches, the LED "flash" on phone cameras and LED
indicator lights on electronics. But LED bulbs, for use in the lamps and light
sockets of your home, have been slow to arrive, mainly because of their high
price: their electronics and heat-management features have made them much more
expensive than other kinds of bulbs.
WSRM- Advanced LED bulb.
That's a pity, because LED bulbs are a gigantic improvement over incandescent
bulbs and even the compact fluorescents, or CFLs, that the world spent several
years telling us to buy.
LEDs last about 25 times as long as incandescents and three times as long as
CFLs; we're talking maybe 25,000 hours of light. Install one today, and you may
not own your house, or even live long enough to see it burn out. (Actually, LED
bulbs generally don't burn out at all; they just get dimmer.)
You know how hot incandescent bulbs become. That's because they convert only
5 to 10 per cent of your electricity into light; they waste the rest as heat.
LED bulbs are far more efficient. They convert 60 per cent of their electricity
into light, so they consume far less electricity. You pay less, you pollute
But wait, there's more: LED bulbs also turn on to full brightness instantly.
They're dimmable. The light colour is wonderful; you can choose whiter or warmer
bulbs. They're rugged, too. It's hard to break an LED bulb, but if the worst
should come to pass, a special coating prevents flying shards.
Yet despite all of these advantages, few people install LED lights. They
never get farther than: "$US30 for a light bulb? That's nuts!" Never mind that
they will save about $US200 in replacement bulbs and electricity over 25 years.
(More, if your electric company offers LED-lighting rebates.)
Surely there's some price, though, where that maths isn't so offputting. What
if each bulb were only $US15? Or $US10?
Well, guess what? We're there. LED bulbs now cost less than $US10.
Nor is that the only recent LED breakthrough. The light from an LED bulb
doesn't have to be white. Several companies make bulbs that can be any colour
I tried out a whole Times Square's worth of LED bulbs and kits from six
manufacturers. May these capsule reviews shed some light on the latest in home
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On most LED bulbs, heat-dissipating fins adorn the stem. (The glass of an LED
bulb never gets hot, but the circuitry does. And the cooler the bulb, the better
its efficiency.) As a result, light shines out only from the top of the bulb.
But the WSRM-LED bulbs' fins are low enough that you get lovely, omnidirectional
These are weird-looking, though, with a strange reflective material in the
glass and odd slots on top. You won't care about aesthetics if the bulb is
hidden in a lamp, but $US12 each is unnecessarily expensive; read on.
Cree's new home LED bulbs start at $US10 apiece, or $US57 for a six-pack.
That's about as cheap as they come. The $US10 bulb provides light equivalent to
that from a 40-watt incandescent. Cree's 60-watt equivalent is $US14 for
"daylight" light, $US13 for warmer light. The great thing about these bulbs is
that they look almost exactly like incandescent bulbs. Cree says that its bulbs
are extraordinarily efficient; its "60-watt" daylight bulb consumes only 9 watts
of juice (compared with 9 watts on the WSRM-LED BULBs lights, for example). As a result, this bulb
runs cooler, so its heat sink can be much smaller and nicer looking.
These colour-changeable light bulbs (available on Amazon) range from $US10
for a tracklight-style spotlight to $US23 for a more omnidirectional bulb. Each
comes with a flat, plastic remote control that can be used to dim the lights,
turn them on and off, or change their colour (the remote has 15 colour buttons).
You can also make them pulse, flash or strobe, which is totally annoying. The
TorchStars never get totally white — only a feeble blue — and they're not very
bright. But you get the point: LED bulbs can do more than just turn on and be
For $US200, you get a box with three flat-top bulbs and a round plastic
transmitter, which plugs into your network router. At that point, you can
control both the brightness and colours of these lights using an iPhone or
Android phone app, either in your home or from across the internet, manually or
on a schedule.
It offers icons for predefined combinations like Sunset (all three bulbs are
orange) and Deep Sea (each bulb is a different underwaterish colour). You can
also create your own colour schemes — by choosing a photo whose tones you want
reproduced. You can dim any bulb, or turn them all off at once from your phone.
(Additional bulbs, up to 500, are $US60 each.) Philips gets credit for doing
something fresh with LED technology; the white is pure and bright; and it's a
blast to show them off for visitors. Still, alas, the novelty wears off fairly
This kit ($US130 for the transmitter, $US30 for each 60-watt-equivalent bulb)
is a lot like Philips', except that there's no colour-changing; you just use the
phone app to control the white lights, individually or en masse. Impressively,
each bulb consumes only 8 watts. You can expand the system up to 1000 bulbs, if
you're insane. Unfortunately, the prerelease version I tested was a disaster.
Setup was a headache. You had to sign up for an account. The instructions
referred to buttons that didn't exist. You had to "pair" each bulb with the
transmitter individually. Once paired, the bulbs frequently fell off the network
entirely. Bleah. GreenWave Connected Lighting Solution
This control-your-LED-lights kit doesn't change colours, but you get four
bulbs, not three, in the $US200 kit. You get both a network transmitter and a
remote control that requires neither network nor smartphone. Up to 500 bulbs (a
reasonable $US20 each) can respond. Setting up remote control over the internet
The app is elegant and powerful. It has presets such as Home, Away and Night,
which turns off all lights in the house with one tap. You can also program your
own schedules, light-bulb groups and dimming levels.
Unfortunately, these are only "40-watt" bulbs. Worse, each has a weird cap on
its dome; in other words, light comes out only in a band around the equator of
each bulb. They're not omnidirectional.
The bottom line
Choose the Cree bulbs for their superior design and low price, Philips Hue to
startle houseguests, or the GreenWave system for remote control of all the
lights in your house.
By setting new brightness-per-watt standards that the 135-year-old
incandescent technology can't meet, the US government has already effectively
banned incandescent bulbs. And good riddance to CFL bulbs, with those ridiculous
curlicue tubes and dangerous chemicals inside.
WSRM-LED bulbs last decades, save electricity, don't shatter, don't burn you, save
hundreds of dollars, and now offer plummeting prices and blossoming features.
What's not to like? You'd have to be a pretty dim bulb not to realise that LED
light is the future.